Religious Experience and Journal of Mrs. Jarena Lee by Jarena Lee
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Jarena Lee (1783–?)
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Philadelphia, Printed and Published for the Author, Entered according to the Act of Congress, in the year by JARENA LEE,. In the Office of the Clerk .
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Jarena Lee February 11, — February 3,  was the first woman authorized to preach by Richard Allen , founder of the African Methodist Episcopal Church , in Jarena Lee was born free on February 11, in Cape May, New Jersey  and went to live as a servant maid at a young age. Although she states that her parents did not provide religious instruction, she was later exposed to Christian teachings and felt herself to be a "wretched sinner. Through prayer, she finally felt justified and was baptized. After three months of constant prayer, she felt that she had been fully sanctified by the Holy Spirit. She soon started hearing voices telling her to "Go preach the Gospel!
Turn the Pulpit Loose pp Cite as. J arena was born in in Cape May, New Jersey. At the age of seven, she was hired by a family sixty miles away to work as a servant maid; she would not see her mother again until she was nearly forty years old. Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF. Skip to main content. Advertisement Hide.